In a small town called Jagatpur, Lakshman singh bisit (Salman Khan) a man child is the popular one often gets bullied and mocked from his child hood. Protected by his brother Barath ( Sohail Khan) , Lakshman survives childhood and they grow to be young men. When war starts between India and China in the border, many young men from the village along with Barath join the army. Barath leaves Lakshman behind with friends. When things get heated up in the border, Lakshman thinks only faith can bring his brother back. How faith keeps Lakshman’s and the villagers hope alive is the rest of the story.
Man child or man who behaves like a child is the only character Salman Khan was yet to play, and then came Tubelight. Though the first half manages to pass through, second half is dull and becomes predictable. Salman nearly manages to pull it off, Sohail Khan gives a decent performance and the Chinese artists Zhu Zhu is good and Matin rey tangu is both lovable and a gifted actor. In the second direction becomes weak and breaks apart towards the end. The extended ending was a terrible idea and doesn’t sell. I give it 3/10